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DOOSHIVISHARI USAGE IN SKIN PROBLEMS- A REVIEW

Dr. Kirti Mishra*, Dr. Rashmi Tiwari, Dr. Shifali Sahu and Dr. Sagar Sharma

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The word cosmetics is so attractive for every human and as far as its concern towards chemicals, everyone wants herbals for the same and Ayurveda, anti-aging and cosmetics is acquisition importance in the beauty, health and wellness sector. If we see the concept of Modern research trends, it revolve around principles of anti-aging activity described in Ayurveda: Vayasthapana (age defying), Varnya (brighten skin-glow), Sandhaniya (cell regeneration), Vranaropana (healing), Tvachya (nurturing), Shothahara (anti-inflammatory), Tvachagnivardhani (strengthening skin metabolism) and Tvagrasayana (retarding aging). If we look towards the rasayana mentioned in Ayurveda, there are Many rasayana plants such as Emblica officinalis (Amla) and Centella asiatica (Gotukola) are extensively used for the effect in skin problems. Usage of these helps in decreasing skin problems and can these skin problems can be classified under dooshi visha. Dooshivishari is one among the agad mentioned for prevention from such problems by Acharya sushruta. Hence an attempt has made to recollect all those reference and its modern concept.

Keywords: Anti-aging, beauty, mukhdooshika.


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